Aaron Ramsey could leave the Premier League behind for a move to Bayern Munich, says independent. The German club is said to be convinced to land Arsenal midfielder, which is available for a free transfer in the summer. Home, Liverpool and Chelsea have also been tipped to be part of the 27-year-old race.
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Manchester United may have to be prepared to go away from a potential challenge Paulo Dybala, reports the mirror. The Argentine forward is pleased with the current Juventus club, says the paper focusing on winning titles in Italy.
Still with United, and the Red Devils can also make an obstacle in their quest for Atletico Madrid Diego Goddess. The LaLiga club is keen to convince its star defender to stay in Spain, according to Mirror, meaning United could lose 32-year-old again after considering a £ 20m deal last summer.
The pursuit of Atletico Mineiro s Emerson Hotting up, with the sun claiming both Chelsea and Arsenal keep tabs on the 19-year-old. The Brazilian backback makes waves in Europe, and his talent has by no means been unnoticed by London rivals, both of which could make up to £ 8 million in the January transfer window.
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Players to watch
Eric Bailly: The Manchester United defender's obvious frustration in the absence of first team action can be relieved by interest from both Tottenham and Arsenal, the Daily Record reports. The North London duo is said to be keen to make a move for the 24-year-old, but it remains to see if United will be willing to release its £ 30 million player.
Keylor Navas: Real Madrid goalkeeper is said to have shown a wish to follow his former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus, according to Mirror. But the paper also says that Juventus seems urgent to stick to former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szscesny as number one.